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Bianchi MAX

Started this bike with a Mavic Mektronic gruppo but changed this to Campagnolo Record Titanium 9s over the winter. The Mektronic was an experiment that worked nice.

Bianchi Columbus MAX, early to mid. 90, 58cm c-c, wheelbase 99cm, frame 1990g, fork 730g

Bianchi MAX Fork, Campagnolo Record

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Record Triple, Campagnolo Record Triple

Campagnolo 9s, Campagnolo C9 Chain

Campagnolo Record Titanium 9s, converted with a long cage to work with tripple cranks.

Soma Highway One, Modolo Q-Race 11

Miche Supertype, Brooks B17 Imperial

Campagnolo Record

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo Record 32H, H Plus Son Archetype, Challenge Criterium

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo Record 32H, H Plus Son Archetype, Challenge Criterium

More Info:
Cable routing for rear derailleur inside the chain stay. Bike weights 10.2kg atm.

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2
  3. Stage 3
  4. Stage 4

Added by Quietpoint. Last updated almost 10 years ago.



Nathap470 says:

dayum that is rad

Posted about 8 years ago


johnmarin_ says:

hows the braking with those archetypes? :)

Posted over 8 years ago


Maccc says:

Man this is a Bianchi Proto frame

Posted almost 9 years ago


mktng says:

beautiful bike.
get a copper rivet brooks ! more og haha :P
sweeeeet build. where did you find this frame?

Posted over 10 years ago


sloman says:

Hope you go classic. Max is a good tubing,strong if a bit heavy. Mektronic is interesting choice,how's it working out?

Posted over 10 years ago


tomm2 says:

I have the same frame in size 56.
Did you get it from Eroica Cicli?

I've also thought about going all black parts but can't make up my mind if I should just stay with silver parts. It would be great if I can see yours as a guideline :)

Posted over 10 years ago


hoven says:

Nice! Building it classic or modern?

Posted over 10 years ago


Quietpoint says:

I thought about a modern Campagnolo Super Record Titanium 11s group with all black parts but did not want to spend that much money atm. I will build it up with an 10s Record now. A good compromise between modern and classic.

Posted over 10 years ago


hoven says:

Sounds great, looking forward to se it complete!

Posted over 10 years ago